|B1||Sleeping Blue Nights|
|B2||The Way It Goes|
|MAM-SS 504||Lynsey De Paul||Surprise (LP, Album, Gat)||MAM||MAM-SS 504||UK||1973|
|MAMA 504||Lynsey De Paul||Surprise (LP, Album)||MAM||MAMA 504||Germany||1973|
|SLC 487||Lynsey De Paul||Surprise (LP, gat)||MAM||SLC 487||Japan||1973|
|AIRAC-1161||Lynsey De Paul||Surprise (CD, Album, Ltd, RM, Car)||Air Mail Archive, MAM||AIRAC-1161||Japan||2006|
|062 EMD 98 012||Lynsey De Paul||Surprise (LP, Album)||MAM||062 EMD 98 012||Germany||1976|
Surprise is the first album released by Lynsey de Paul on the MAM record label in 1973. In Australia, the album name was changed to Sugar Me, after de Paul's first hit single . This song was covered by many artists over the years, most notably in the USA by Nancy Sinatra and Claudine Longet. Another surprise was that the recent follow up hit "Getting a Drag" was not included on the LP. Although no other tracks were released by de Paul from the album as singles in the UK, Europe and US, the track "Water" was released as "Agua" in Chile, with "Rockerdile" as the B-side.
MAMA 504. Lynsey De Paul. Surprise (LP, Album). SLC 487.
Storm in a Teacup, 03:22. Getting a Drag, 03:13. Won't Somebody Dance With Me, 03:55.
Love Bomb is the fourth album released in 1975 by the British singer-songwriter Lynsey de Paul, and her second album released on Jet Records in the UK and Polydor in Germany, Australia and Japan. In the US and Canada, it was released in January 1976 on Mercury Records. The album was recorded at the Marquee Studios, London, England, produced by de Paul and arranged by Tony Hymas, with Terry Cox playing drums, John Dean percussion, Chris Rea guitar and Frank McDonald bass.
Surprise is the first album released by Lynsey de Paul on the MAM record label in 1973. De Paul performed some of the tracks from the album on television including Top of the Pops (and an album was released to BBC radio stations around the world containing these tracks), as well as on the first episode of the German TV program, Musikladen performing "Sugar Me", and later on episode 5 performing "Doctor, Doctor". She also performed "Sleeping Blue.
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Is Surprise the best album by Lynsey De Paul? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Surprise by Lynsey De Paul (1973) Overall rank: 96,770th. Accolades: Top albums of 1973 (1,002nd). Top albums of the 1970s (9,580th). Best albums of all time (96,770th).
Redirected from Lynsey De Paul). Lynsey de Paul (born Lynsey Monckton Rubin; 11 June 1948 – 1 October 2014) was an English singer-songwriter. She had chart hits in the UK and Europe in the 1970s, starting with the UK top 10 single "Sugar Me", becoming the first British female artist to achieve a number one with a self-written song (in Belgium, Spain and The Netherlands).